Lal Tibba being the highest peak in Mussoorie gives a divine view of the mountains which house the holy shrines of Kedarnath and Badrinath which can be seen through the Japanese Telescope placed at the edge of the cliff. The hill houses the Indian Military Camp and the towers of Doordarshan and All India Radio. Let loose your spirit to soak in the pristine beauty and refreshing ambiance of Lal tibba still preserved in its raw form and untouched by the hands of commercialisation. Stroll up the road bounded by Conifers, Pine and Rhododendron, with promises to make it a walk to remember. Landour was primarily inhabited by Britishers and thus is characterised by beautiful colonial architecture and will be a common site when you walk up to Lal Tibba. Childer’s Lodge is one such building and a famous picnic spot for a perfect afternoon filled with fun and frolic.
For the Shoppers, the place has an age old market called Sister Bazaar, though not much of a market you will find a few shops where you can buy souvenirs for family and friends. Do not forget to stop at Chard ukan on your way back to have the delicious cinnamon waffles served here. You could even park your car here and then walk up to Lal Tibba observing mother nature closely. It is advised that you do take some light winter clothing along as it is colder than rest of the parts of Mussoorie.
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